If you change your mind, you can always revert the changes using the same instructions, but on step No. Alternatively, if turning off the policy isn't working, you can also try customizing the Windows Update settings using Group Policy to limit the availability of updates on your device.
To control Windows Update settings with Group Policy, use these steps: After completing the steps, updates will stop downloading automatically.
After completing the steps, Windows 10 will stop installing updates automatically.
However, you'll receive notifications as soon as new quality updates are available, but they won't download and install until you approve them manually.
To permanently disable Windows Update using the Registry, use these steps: Windows Update, and clicking the Check for updates button.
In the case that using the Registry to disable updates isn't working as expected, you can also use the Registry to customize the Windows Update settings to prevent updates from installing automatically.
For weekly updates, you can select the day of the week and the time of the day.
For monthly updates, you can select the day of the week and the time of the day.
Whatever the reason it might be, depending on your edition of Windows 10, you can regain control and stop automatic updates using Group Policy and Registry.
In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to block Windows Update from automatically downloading and installing updates on your computer.
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